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Acuity Brands offered tax abatement incentive for expansion

Acuity Brands could receive state and local incentives of more than $3 million in support of an expansion in Rockdale and DeKalb counties.

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Rockdale County High names homecoming king and queen | PHOTOS

Homecoming king and queen named at Rockdale County High School.

Court date set for Judge Mays' dispossessory case

A Magistrate Court trial date has been set for Nov. 5 on a dispossessory filed by Probate Court Judge Charles K. Mays Sr., who is seeking to have a woman who worked in his office removed from his home on McCalla Street.

Rockdale County eyes 'green' policies

Rockdale County continues to press forward in efforts to certify the county as an Atlanta Regional Commission Green Initiative community.

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Rockdale County proactive on Ebola preparedness

Training and awareness are key elements to preparedness for response to a potential case of Ebola in Rockdale County, according to the county’s Emergency Management director.

Early voting continues in Rockdale County

More than 3,000 Rockdale County voters have cast early ballots in the upcoming Nov. 4 General Election.

Rockdale County Sheriff's Office requests budget increase

The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office is requesting a 2015 budget of $23.3 million, which includes an increase of about $2.3 million for personal services and benefits.

Rockdale County Rec Department seeks contract for online registration

Rockdale residents may soon be able to reserve county park facilities or pay recreation fees through an online service.

Acuity Brands to expand in Rockdale County

Acuity Brands will spend $16 million over the next five years and create 700 new jobs as it expands operations in Rockdale and DeKalb counties.

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Rockdale Probate Court Judge Charles Mays denies woman's claim for back wages

Rockdale County Probate Court Judge Charles Mays Sr. on Monday denied an allegation that his office owes a woman who worked in the Probate Court nearly $20,000.

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